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Richard Kindersley

Categories: Sculpture

Sculptor and lettering artist, following his father's David's path. Other London work includes the unusual 'Seven ages of man' sited in what must be one of Central London's grimmest locations at Baynard House on Queen Victoria Street.

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Richard Kindersley

Creations Information

Amwell Society - original location

The names are of three of the founding members of the Amwell Society.  Kinder...

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Bomber Command Memorial

The campaign to bomb civilians was so controversial that the bombers were giv...

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Frost Fairs

Our close-up photo shows one of the scenes depicted, this one being a market ...

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Garden restoration

The people in the picture standing on the plaque are doing the obligatory cir...

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Kennington Park air-raid

The Friends say "The air raid shelters were actually on the south field of th...

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Other Subjects

Paula Haughney

Paula Haughney

Sculptor.  Her website, our picture source, says that she "lives and works in the east end with a studio in the Bromley by Bow community centre."

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial
Robert Smith

Robert Smith

Active in 1886.

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial
Charles Samuel Kelsey

Charles Samuel Kelsey

His father, James Kelsey, was also a sculptor.

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial
Simon Smith

Simon Smith

Sculptor. Served his apprenticeship at Woburn Abbey. Studied stone carving and sculpture at the City and Guilds of London School of Art, where he obtained a first.

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial
Philip Lindsey-Clark

Philip Lindsey-Clark

Sculptor. Born Brixton, son of the sculptor Robert Lindsey-Clark. He studied at Cheltenham and the City and Guilds School, Kensington. Served as a captain in WW1 but wounded in action receiving a D...

Person, Sculpture, France

3 memorials